what it was. you don't know what sex is if you're a kid. so i confronted him, and then, you know, as he came towards me, i realized, wait, i'm a grown man, i'm not that kid, and i grabbed his arm and i went back home. >> did you hit him? >> no, i didn't hit him. but i -- i went -- immediately to the governor of iowa's office, it's down the road, and i said you got to do something about this guy. he's about to adopt another boy. he said, tom, you're not here. you can't tell me. that's a federal offense you're asking me to do. get out of here, go back to california. i'm worried about this kid. he's growing his own victims. i got a call from my brother. the adoption had fallen through, some kind of paperwork thing. i don't know what the governor did, but i appreciate it. and i said what about the kids in his neighborhood now? i had my farm hands, six blocks around the house, put up posters around the guy, his name, face, crimes. a kid high on every, you know, pole.